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Surnames - McCausland - Various Irish Legal Documents

Transcribed & Compiled by
Bruce Andrews

 

Table Of Contents

 

1              Oliver McCasland (#3451)– 1619              2

2              Alexander McCastlane – 1631              2

3              Alexander McCausland (#3451) – 13 November 1657              2

4              Patent Rolls Oliver McCausland (#3455) – 18 June 1658              2

5              Subsidy Roll for Co. Tyrone – 1665              2

6              Hearth Money Rolls – 1666              2

7              Will Alexander McCausland (#3451) – 11 January 1674              3

8              Patent Rolls Oliver McCausland (#3455) – 10 November 1692              3

9              Patent Rolls Oliver McCausland (#3455) – 10 November 1692              4

10              Baronscourt Tenants Oliver McCausland (#3455) – 1693              4

11              Patent Rolls Oliver McCausland (#3455) – 27 February 1712              4

12              Will Michael Sampson (#4054) – 8 April 1714              4

13              Will Arthur Maxwell (#19221) – 2 November 1720              5

14              Will Oliver McCausland (#3455) - 7 Oct 1721              5

15              Lawsuit Oliver McCausland (#3455) – 23 Jan 1727              6

16              Will John McCausland (#4050) – 5 August 1728              7

17              Marriage Settlement John McCausland (#4085) and Anne Sampson (#4078) – 28 November 1728              8

18              Lease Alexander McCausland (#17375) – 28 November 1728              8

19              Marriage Settlement William McCausland (#4056) and Jane Birney (#4098) – 13 December 1729              9

20              Will Oliver McCausland (#4052) – 21 May 1732              9

21              Will Michael Sampson (#6319) – 6 March 1736              10

22              Lease Deerpark John McCausland (#17379) – 10 October 1740              10

23              Lease Omagh Tenements Alexander McCausland – 4 April 1743              11

24              Will Alexander McCausland (#4061) – 16 March 1745              11

25              Will John McCausland (#4085) – 21 September 1748              12

26              Sale Castlefin Oliver McCausland (#4055) – 10 June 1749              12

27              Will Oliver McCausland (#4055) – 19 Dec 1753              12

28              Marriage Settlement William McCausland (#4056) and Jane Birney (#4098) – 1 November 1755              13

29              Marriage Settlement John McCausland (#4080) and Elizabeth Span (#4492) – 29 ? 1757              14

30              Will James McCausland (#4178) – 11 November 1758              14

31              Will Robert Spence (#6956) – 15 February 1759              14

32              Will Robert Sampson (#7370) – 16 September 1760              15

33              Lease Alexander McCausland – 10 January 1763              15

34              Lease Alexander McCausland – 10 July 1763              16

35              Lease Deerpark Alexander McCausland – 1 September 1763              16

36              Will Jane Sampson (McCausland) (#) 5 January 1764              16

37              Will William McCausland (#4051) 14 February 1764              17

38              Memorial John & Patrick McCausland (#) 4 November 1764              17

39              Marriage Settlement Dominick McCausland (#3441) and Mary Elizabeth Bacon (#3442) - 2 Jan 1769              17

40              Marriage Settlement Alexander McCausland – 18 December 1769              20

41              Auction Alexander McCausland (#80077) – 24 Sep 1768              20

42              Will Elizabeth McCausland (#3457) – 5 February 1778              22

43              Marriage Settlement Oliver McCausland (#4494) – 10 Sep 1785              23

44              Annuity Alexander McCausland – 1 September 1787              24

45              Deed Margaret McCausland (Heyland) – 20 December 1788              24

46              Will Ann Jane McCausland (Hamilton) (#4079) – 9 April 1789              24

47              1796 Spinning Wheel Premium Entitlemnts List              25

48              Deed John McCausland – 22 September 1798              25

49              Dominic McCausland – 17 Jun 1803              25

50              _ McCausland – 11 December 1812              26

51              Will Margaret McCausland (Connor) (#25310) - 16 March 1823              26

52              Will Marcus McCausland (#6883) – 9 July 1823              26

53              Will Oliver McCausland (#4494) – 22 Aug 1843              27

54              Will Elizabeth McCausland (#4494) – 22 Aug 1843              27

55              Will William James McCausland (#4495) – 9 Oct 1859              27

56              Griffiths Valuation – 1860 (Parishes of Clogherny & Termonmagurk)              27

57              Will Susan McCausland (Waters) (#4497) – 12 Oct 1861              28

1       Oliver McCasland (#3451)– 1619

Pynnar’s Survey

 

Lived in the town of Strabane co. Tyrone as a tenant of James Hamilton, Earl of Abercorn.

2       Alexander McCastlane – 1631

Source Muster Roll for Co. Tyrone

 

Lived in the barony of Strabane and had his own “sword and snaphance”.

3       Alexander McCausland (#3451) – 13 November 1657

Source PRONI D/669

 

It appears from this book of evidence yo? Deed dated 16th & 17th May 1715 states that Sir Harry Fitchburne ? Co. Tyrone. By deed of this 13th Nov 1657 ? ? by Alexander McCausland and Jane McAusland alias Hall his wife sole ?. The lands of Bally? Near ?. Payable half yearly that ? That in his lifetime convey & pass to Galbraigh.

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband Alexander McCausland (#3451)

Wife Jane McAusland (Hall) (#4040)

Harry Fitchburne (Henry Titchburne ?)

Galbraigh

4       Patent Rolls Oliver McCausland (#3455) – 18 June 1658

Source Merze Marvin Book – James II (1685-1688) Page 43.

 

A deed dated 14th April 1683 made by Sir Wm. Tichburne of Booley; Co. Leath, -- Henry Tichburne Esq to Oliver McCausland of Ardstra, Co. Tyrone Esq, and Andrew McClenaghan of Cappy, Co. Tyrone, Gent, of an annual rent or sum of £ 20 per annum reserved and payable to Sir Henry Tichburne of Blessing borough, Co. Tyrone, lately deceased out of several lands in the barony of Strabane, Co. Tyrone, by Deed dated 18th June, 1658.

 

Mentioned:

 

William Tichburne

Henry Tichburne

Oliver McCausland (#3455)

Andrew McClenaghan

5       Subsidy Roll for Co. Tyrone – 1665

Parish              Householder

 

Bodoney              Alexander McAslan for rent

Cappagh                            Alexander McCaslan for stock

Drumragh              Oliver McAslan for rent

Termonmagurk              John McAslan for rent

6       Hearth Money Rolls – 1666

Parish                            Townloand              Householder                            No. Of Hearths

 

Cappagh                            Lisnacreaght              Alex McCausland              1                            died 1675

                            Mountjoy Forest              Patrick McCausland              1

                            Cummery              Patrick McCausland              see preceding

                            Rash                            Alex McCausland              1

                            Straughroy              John McCausland                            1                            brother of Alex d. 1675

 

Termonmagurk              Drumnakilly              John McCausland                            1

 

Desertcreagh              Cady                            Alexander McCausland

 

                            Corranary              Collum McCausland

                            Drumcorke              Andrew McCausland

7       Will Alexander McCausland (#3451) – 11 January 1674

Source PRONI D/669/30 – Will abstract

 

Alexander McCausland of Ardstragh in the Barony of Strabane & County of Tyrone Esq by his will of this date bequeathed. First to his wife Jennett McCausland Half of his ? for her life. To his son Oliver McCausland the other half and the lands of Ardstragh and half of Mountfield. The other half to his son Andrew also £150 English Money and also Eskerdon to him & his Heirs. To Andrew also Aldohill and Ballykill. To his Daughter Ann McCausland £150 English Money. To his Grandchildren Alexander Colhoun & Gerrard Colhoun £100. Children of his daughter Katherine by his son in law William Colhoun.

 

Testator had another daughter Margery McClenaghen.

 

He appoints William Colhoun of Newtown Stewart, David McClenaghen of the same his son in law & Oliver McCausland his son his only executors or any two of them.

 

Probate was granted to all of the executors 1 July 1675

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband Alexander McCausland (#3451)

Wife Jennett McCausland (Hall) (#4040)

Son Oliver McCausland (#3455)

Son Andrew McCausland (#3449)

Daughter Ann McCausland (#4042)

Daughter Katherine McCausland (#4043)

Grandchildren Alexander Colhoun (#4453)

Grandchildren Gerrard Colhoun (#6331) – Gerald?

Son in law William Colhoun (#4045)

Daughter Margery McClenaghen (McCausland) (#4044)

Son-in-law David McClenaghen (4046)

8       Patent Rolls Oliver McCausland (#3455) – 10 November 1692

Source Merze Marvin Book - William and Mary (1689-1702) Page 29

 

A deed of Bargain and sale made by John Hamilton of Callidon in the Co. of Tyrone, to Oliver McCausland of Ardstraw in said Co. Esq of the reversion and remainder of the lands of Killride, Dugire, Portnelligan and Lislanumm, and all the rents, services and profits reserved due and payable to the said John Hamilton by reason of the said reversion and remainder. Dated 10th November, 1692.

 

Mentioned:

 

John Hamilton

Oliver McCausland (#3455)

9       Patent Rolls Oliver McCausland (#3455) – 10 November 1692

Source Merze Marvin Book - William and Mary (1689-1702) Page 29

 

A deed of Bargain and sale made by John Hamilton of Callidon in the Co. of Tyrone, to Oliver McCausland of Ardstraw in said Co. Esq of the reversion and remainder of the lands of Killride, Dugire, Portnelligan and Lislanumm, and all the rents, services and profits reserved due and payable to the said John Hamilton by reason of the said reversion and remainder. Dated 10th November, 1692.

 

Mentioned:

 

John Hamilton

Oliver McCausland (#3455)

10         Baronscourt Tenants Oliver McCausland (#3455) – 1693

Source Abercorn letters

 

Tenants of the Baronscourt estate having holdings in the town of Strabane 16 Aug 1693 From The Abercorn letters as relating to Ireland- 1713-1836 by John H Gebbie

 

Mentioned:

 

Oliver McCausland (#3455)

11         Patent Rolls Oliver McCausland (#3455) – 27 February 1712

Source Merze Marvin Book - Anne (1702-1714) Page 107.

 

Grant to Oliver McCausland for fairs and markets to be held at Stranorlane in the Co. of Donegal. Dated 27th February, 10th Anne. (1712 ?)

 

Mentioned:

 

Oliver McCausland (#3455)

12         Will Michael Sampson (#4054) – 8 April 1714

Source Betham Abstracts

 

Dated 8 Apr 1714. Proved 13 Feb 1719/20

Wife Jane

Sons Michael & Thomas

Daughters Rebecca, Lettice, Anne, Angel & Mariana

Brother Ralph Sampson

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband Michael Sampson (#4054)

Wife Jane Sampson (McCausland) McCausland (#4053)

Son Michael Sampson (#6319)

Son Thomas Sampson (#6320)

Daughter Rebecca Sampson (#6321)

Daughter Lettice Sampson (#6322)

Daughter Anne Sampson (#4078)

Daughter Angel Sampson (#54129)

Daughter Mariana Sampson (#6324)

13         Will Arthur Maxwell (#19221) – 2 November 1720

Source Registry of Deeds, Dublin Abstracts of Wills

 

Arthur Maxwell, Drumbeg, Co. Down, Esq. Written 2 Nov. 1720. Codicil 19 Jan. 1720/21. Probate  25 Feb. 1720/21. Wife Anne Maxwell. Sister Margaret Hamilton als. Maxwell, her husband Archbald Hamilton, her sons James Hamilton, Belfast, merchant, Arthur Hamilton, Liverpool, merchant, Archbald Hamilton, then of Rotterdam, and her daughters Mary Hamilton and Ann Hamilton. Grand-nephew Maxwell Hamilton, son of Arthur Hamilton of Liverpool. Niece Katherine Mankin als. Hamilton, James Hamilton her brother, her husband Michael and her son Arthur Mankin.

 

Sister-in-law Mrs. Elinor Stewart and her daughter Anne Stewart. Niece Anne Stewart of Newry, widow, her son Arthur, her second son Alexander, her third son James, her daughter Katherine Stewart.

 

Niece Katherine Rainey. Nephew William Rainey, junr., Belfast, merchant (sole exor. and trustee), his sons Arthur, second son John, third son William.

 

Sister Elizabeth Shaw als. Maxwell. Niece Mary Shaw. Sister Mrs. Helena Dalway als. Shaw. Brother Henry Dalway. Nephew Robert Dalway and his wife and three sisters Betty, Elinor and Leny Dalway. Niece Jane Kenedy als. Maxwell of Londonderry, widow. to ‘Brother Oliver McCausland of Strabane, Esq., œ2O for use of his niece Jane Kennedy of Londonderry.”

 

Person obtaining possession of testator’s estate to take name and arms of Maxwell. Hugh Henry, Dublin, Esq., William Rainey, junr., Belfast, trustees. Joseph Marriott, Thomas Street, Dublin. Arthur Maxwell, son to John Maxwell late of Strabane, Patrick Maxwell of Belfast. John Dalway, Dublin, Esq., and his wife.

 

Other legatees: Isaac McCartney, Esq., Rev. James Killpatrick of Belfast (friend), James Cobham, Broad Island (friend), Robert Rainey, Newry. George Long, Loughbrickland, Michael Bruce, Hollywood (friend). Arthur Maxwell, son to George Maxwell, Laird of Dalswinton near Dumfries in Scotland. Andrew Craford. James Stewart of Kirkdonnald. Alexander Tomkins, Prehenne, Esq., his wife and his mother. Richard Maxwell, Strabane, Esq., and his wife. John Brown, Killileagh. Archibald Edmonstone, Duntreath, Esq., and his lady. Edward Bruce, Esq., Mr. Patrick Bruce and his wife. Rev. James Bruce. ce3 per annum stipend to Mr. Patrick Bruce for his two seats in the meeting house of Drumboe so long as he is preacher to that congregation. John Malcom and elders to distribute legacy to poor of Dunmurry congregation.

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband Arthur Maxwell (#19221)

Wife Anne Maxwell (McCausland) (#4042)

Brother Oliver McCausland (#3455)

14         Will Oliver McCausland (#3455) - 7 Oct 1721

Source PRONI Doc T/581/4 (D/669/32A?)

 

I Oliver McCausland of Strabane Co. Tyrone Esq do make this my last will &c &c. I bequeath my Manor of Stranorlar &c in Bar: Raphoe Co. Donegal & my share of the Manor of Castlequin, said Bar: & Co – also my dwelling house in Strabane &c & the ¼ land of Ballycolman &c in Par: Urney Co. Tyrone &c to my eldest son John McCausland – with jointure to his present or other wives – in tail to my grandson Oliver McCausland (eldest son of John) & heirs male, reversal to 2nd 3rd &c sons of John & heirs male, - & failing such to my 2nd son William McCausland & his heirs male, & failing such, to my 3rd son Oliver McCausland & his heirs male, & failing such, to the issue female of John, then of Wm & then of Oliver &c &c &c –

 

I leave my Manor of Mountfield &c also the townland of Rash &c both in Bar: Strabane Co. Tyrone, also my Tenement in Omagh said Co. to my son William when he reaches 25 years for life, then to his heirs male, & failing such, to my son Oliver, & his heirs male, & failing such, to my son John & his heirs male, & failing such, to the heirs female of Wm, Oliver, & John in succession &c &c &c –

 

I leave to my son Oliver my entire lease of the lands of Ardstragh held from the See of Derry – He to have a yearly maintenance during his minority - &c &c I leave him £1000 payable when he becomes 21 years. &c &c &c –

 

I leave to my son John all debts due me – except a debt of £400, due me by my daugh Simpson – out of which I leave £100 to my granddaughters Katherine, Jane, & Ann Leslie £100 to son John towards discharge of debts of £300 to Mr. John Spotswood & remaining £200 with interest I leave to my daugh: Simpson &c.

 

I leave my brother Andrew McCausland £20/-, to my cousine Alexdr McCausland of Rash £10/-, to my coz Robt McCausland of Newtown Limavaddy £10 – to the poor of the Pars: Cappah, Ardstragh Camus & Stranorlar £40 &c &c –

 

I leave to my son William the lease of Glencordall Par: of Cappah

 

I do herby appoint my brother Dr. Andrew Hamilton, my son Richard Hamilton Esq & said Alexdr McCausland of Rash & Robt McCausland of Newtown Limavaddy – Exors &c.

 

Witnesses: Andrew Hamilton, Ol: McCausland, Robert Patterson, Hugh Taylor

 

Dated 7 Oct 1721

 

Memorandum - &c &c – I leave the Mill of Rash, held by me from the Rt Honble William Ld Viscount Mountjoy to my son Wm McCausland

 

I leave said William Ld Viscount Mountjoy 20 broad pieces of gold in token of my grateful sense of the favors I have received from his Lordship & from his father, the late Ld Viscount Mountjoy.

 

I bequeath to my brother Dr. Andrew Hamilton £10/-, & to my brother Nathaniel Cooper Clk 10/-, to my son-in-law Richard Hamilton Esq, to my nephew Robert Conyngham of Strabane £10/-, & to Archibald McCausland son of Thomas McCausland (another rendition of this will has this name as “Robert”) £5 - &c &c –

 

Witnesses: Andrew Hamilton, Ol: McCausland, Robert Patterson, Hugh Taylor

 

Proved by Richard Hamilton Esq 30 Nov 1722

 

Mentioned:

 

Oliver McCausland (#3455)

Eldest son John McCausland (#4050)

Grandson of John - Oliver McCausland (#4055)

2nd son William McCausland (#4454)

3rd son Oliver McCausland (minor) (#4052)

Daughter Simpson (Jane Sampson) (#4053)

Granddaughter Katherine, Jane and Ann Leslie (#6878, #6879, #25224)

Brother Andrew McCausland (#3449)

Cousin Alexander McCausland (#17375 ?)

Cousin Robert McCausland

Brother Dr. Andrew Hamilton (#4049)

Son Richard Hamilton (#25274)

Son-in-law Richard Hamilton (#25274 ?)

Witness Hugh Taylor

Witness Robert Patterson

Brother Nathaniel Cooper (#25276)

Nephew Robert Conyngham (#25279)

Others Archibald McCausland (#25281) s/o Thomas McCausland (#25280) OR Robert ?

15         Lawsuit Oliver McCausland (#3455) – 23 Jan 1727

Source Exchecquer Bill 23/1/1727 - PAGE 9433 - no answer

 

John Campbell, Jn. Kerr, Jane Carr, Andrew Carr, Jn. Wilson, John Love and Thos Mathewson, all of Orbreagh alias Urbelreagh in Ardstraw Manor in Co. Tyrone V Rev. Dr. Andrew Hamilton, Rich. Hamilton, Alex McCausland & Robt. McCausland, all 4 executors of will of Oliver McCausland, late of Strabane, Co. Tyrone esq. Deceased owner in 1714 of a lease from the See of Derry of the Manor of Ardstraw.  Oliver McCausland, a minor, younger son of legatee of said Oliver Jn. McCausland.

 

Wm. Taylor son-in-law to said Alex McCausland and agent to said Oliver.

 

Defts.

That said Oliver M'Causland sne. In 24/2/1714 leased premised to Plts.  Jim Campbell & Jn.Carr & ? A.Carr & to Wm. Carr deceased, Margt. Wilson, Jas Willy, Jas Young, Malcolm Henry and Nathan Carr, all then in possession for 19 years with a clause of renewal every 7 years, as often as he....himself with the Bishop.  That said, Malcolm Henry, Margaret Wilson, Jas Young, Jas Willy and Nathan Carr, about 1720 assigned their interest to Pts. Jn. Wilson, Thos Matthewson & John Love and emigrated to America.  Suit is to compel Plts. To renew.

 

Exchecquer Bill 30-6-1727 - no answer.

 

Robt. Caldwell, John Love, Jn McCarter, Wm. Moore, Jn Orr, Thos Smith, Jas Carr, Jn Alexander, Margt McCrea & Jas Andeson all of Kilstroud in Ardstraw Manor Co. Tyrone.  W. Hamilton & M'Causland & Taylor as above that Oliver M' Causland senior on 24-2-1714 leased to Plts, Robert Campbell, John Love, Jn Mc?  W. Moore, J. Orr ? Smith, J. Alexander & M. McCrea & Andrew M? , Mary Grieve, which last 2 have assigned as above - suit as above. Note:- There are several other bills against the same fefts. Dated 23/6, 27/6, 20/7, abd 27Jan 1727 only last has answers.  Also one with answers dated 1731.

 

Mentioned:

 

Father Oliver McCausland (#3455)

Son-in-law William Taylor (#25037)

Alex McCausland

Robert McCausland

Son Oliver McCausland (#4052)

16         Will John McCausland (#4050) – 5 August 1728

Source PRONI D/669/33/B & C – Will abstract

 

John McCausland of Strabane. To his eldest son Oliver & and heirs forever all his estate of inheritance in Cos. Donegal & Tyrone subject to payment of debts which he charges on the lands of Carricklee the mill & Milltown ? in Tyrone & freehold of Raphoe in Donegal. Leaves to second son Alexander £2000 if he ?. To his two daughters Rebecca & Mary. His brother Oliver ? to him £300. Leaves ? to his ? children. In case my uncle Andrew McCausland survives me £20. To his brother Oliver £20.

 

Speaks of his sister Jane Sampson.

 

Appointed Robert McCausland Of Newtown Limavady & Wm McCausland Of the City of Dublin Execor.

 

Probate granted to Robert & Wm McCausland 9 Feb 1728

 

Mentioned:

John McCausland (#4050)

Sister Jane Sampson (McCausland) (#4053

Eldest Son Oliver McCausland (#4055)

2nd Son Alexander McCausland (#4061)

Daughter Rebecca McCausland (#4062)

Daughter Mary McCausland (#4063)

Brother Oliver McCausland (#4052)

Uncle Andrew McCausland (#3449)

Execor Robert McCausland

Execor William McCausland

17         Marriage Settlement John McCausland (#4085) and Anne Sampson (#4078) – 28 November 1728

Source PRONI T/808 – Registry of Deeds Dublin – No. 39337

 

Memorial registered 7 December 1728 of Marriage Settlement dated 28 & 29 November 1728 of marriage of John McCausland grandson of Alexander McCausland of Omagh, Co. Tyrone esq. with Anne Sampson daughter Jane Sampson of Dublin city, widow. Which Jane is widow & executrix of will of Michael Sampson of Dublin city esq. deceased.

 

Trustees are: Rev. Wm Hamilton of Caledon, Co. Tyrone, Archdeacon of Armagh, Oliver McCausland of Rash, Co. Tyrone esq.

 

Property settled is Cloghfin, Drumakilly, Crackencor, Fechary, Ballengally, Racolpagh, Cullycurragh, Fearnagh & Deerpark. Also house on which said Alexander McCausland then lived, formerly called Lamberts tenement or John Baird’s tenement in Omagh town, Co. Tyrone. Also Hay’s Park in Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

 

Witness: Richard Den, Redmond Cahan, and Alexander McCausland all of Dublin City.

 

Mentioned:

John McCausland (#4085)

Grand Father Alexander McCausland (#17375)

Jane Sampson (McCausland) (#4053)

William Hamilton

Oliver McCausland (#4052)

Michael Sampson (#4054)

Anne Sampson (#4078)

Witness Richard Den

Witness Redmond Cahan

Witness Alexander McCausland

18         Lease Alexander McCausland (#17375) – 28 November 1728

Source Merze Marvin Book

 

Memo­ri­al of Deeds of Lease and Release, dated 28th and 29th Novem­ber, 1728, the Lease made between Alexander McCausland of Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Esq, and John McCausland third son of said Alex­ander McCausland, of the one part, and Wil­liam Hamilton of Calledon in sd Co. of Tyrone, clerk Archdeacon of Armagth and Oli­ver McCausland of Rush in sd Co. of Tyrone, Esq, of the other part; and the Release being an In­den­ture Tri­par­tite made be­tween said Alex. McCausland and John McCausland of the first part, the sd Wm. Hamil­ton and Oliver McCausland of the second part, and Jane Sampson of the City of Dublin, widow, one of the Executors of the Will of Michael Sampson, late of the City of Dublin, Esq. deceased, and Ann Sampson, daughter of said Jane Sampson of the third part witnessing that said Alex and John McCausland for the considerations in said Deed of Release men­tioned have granted, bargained, sold, released and confirmed unto said Wm. Hamilton and Oliver McCausland and their heirs; all that and those the towns, lands, messu­ages and premises following, viz: Upper Cloghfinn, Lower Cloghfinn, Crackencor, Upper Drumnakilly, Lower Drumnakilly, the tuck mill thereon, the half town land of Feccary and the corn mill thereon, the half town land of Ballenagelly, Racolpagh, Cullycurragh, Ferneagh, Deerpark, and all the mes­suage or tenement where ye said Alex­ander McCausland now dwells in the town of Omagh, formerly known be the name or names of Lamberts Tenement and John Baird's Tenement, together with that park now in the posses­sion of the said Alexander McCausland, known by the name of Hays Park, all situate lying and being in the Co. Tyrone, together will all singular the appurtenanc­es thereunto belong­ing and the reversion and rever­sions, remainder and re­mainders, rents, issue and profits of all singular the said premises, To have and hold the said lands and premises with the appurte­nances unto the said Wil­liam Hamilton and Oliver McCausland, their heirs and assigns forever, Which said deeds of Lease and Release are witnessed by Richard Den and Redmond Cahan, both of the City of Dublin, Gents, and this memorial is witnessed by the said Redmond Cahan and Alex­an­der McClintock of the City of Dublin, Gents.

 

              Jane Sampson.   Registered 7th December, 1728.

 

Mentioned:

 

Father Alexander McCausland (#17375)

Jane Sampson (McCausland) (#4053)

3rd Son John McCausland (#4085)

William Hamilton

Oliver McCausland (#3455)

Michael Sampson (#4054)

Ann Sampson (#4078)

Witness Richard Den

Witness Redmond Cahan

Witness Alexander McClintock

19         Marriage Settlement William McCausland (#4056) and Jane Birney (#4098) – 13 December 1729

Source PRONI Book 182, page 202, No. 120529, registered 10 April 1756

 

Memorial of marriage Article in writing executed and dated 13 December 1729 John McCausland, Drumreagh, County Tyrone on behalf of his eldest son Wm McCausland of the one part, John Birney, Omagh, County Tyrone, Gent on behalf of his daughter Jane Birney of the other part.

 

Recites a Marriage intended between said Wm and Jane... Marriage Portion from said John Birney to said William McCausland and said Jane Birney, the sum of 30 and Profits, benefits etc of the house then in the tenure and occupation of James Stewart in the town of Omagh free from Landlords or Crown Rents. To hold said Ho Gdn (House and garden) and Premises to said Wm and Jane his intended wife from 1 November then last (1729) for the full term of ten years... and that said Ho and Premises be owned for ever by said Wm and Jane and their lawful issue and heirs immediately after the decease of the said Jno Birney subject to immediate payment of 1 sterling yearly rent for ever.

 

Witnesses - Wm Baxter  Tamlaght, Danl Baxter  Omagh aged upwards of 40 years,  Jno Givan  Tamlaght, Alex Pirey (?)  of Gortnocrea   (Gortnacreagh, in Cappagh Parish)

 

Mentioned:

 

Father John McCausland (#17379)

Eldest Son William McCausland (#4056)

Husband John Birney (#12741)

Wife Jane Birney d/o John Birney (#4098)

James Stewart

Witness Daniel Baxter

Witness John Givan

Witness Alexander Pirey

20         Will Oliver McCausland (#4052) – 21 May 1732

Source PRONI Doc T/581/4

 

I Oliver McCausland of Strabane Co. Tyrone Esq &c do make this my last will - &c &c &c. My debits to be paid out of the rents of my estate in the Manor of Mountfield Co. Tyrone. I bequeath to my dear wife Rachel McCausland £100 per an for life &c &c &c. I also bequeath to my said wife Rachel my household furniture, chair horses & other cattle save the chestnut horse, my riding furniture & pistols which I bequest to my brother-in-law Mr. John Hamilton.

 

I bequeath to my wife Rachel &c. all my real &c Estate viz. the lands &c of the estate of the Manor of Mountfield the freehold of Rash, the lease & lands of Ardstra &c &c for the use of my dau: Rose McCausland & the heirs male of her body & failing, to the heirs female & failing such to my nephew Alexander McCausland & his heirs &c for ever - &c &c –

 

In case my said dau Rose shall d. s. p. – my wife’s dower £700 shall be equally divided between the male heirs of my Father-in-law James Hamilton of Hamilton’s Grove Co. Antrim Esq dec.

 

I Appoint my wife Rachel to be guardian of my dau Rose till she reach 21 years or married. I also appoint my said wife Rachel exix & my friend & cousin William Colhoun of or near Newton Stewart Co. Tyrone Esq. & my Brother-in-law Mr. John Hamilton – trustees.

 

Witnesses:  Robt Cunningham, Oli: McCausland, John Ferguson, Con O’Donnell

 

Dated 21 May 1732

 

 

Admon: Granted to Wm Colhoun of Strabane Co. Tyrone Esq. Guardian of Rose McCausland minor &c Rachel McCausland the sole Exix. dying before she took upon her the burden of Execution.

 

Dated 24 Dec 1741

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband Oliver McCausland (#4052)

Wife Rachel McCausland (Hamilton) (#4076)

Brother-in-law John Hamilton

Daughter Rose McCausland (#7771)

Nephew Alexander McCausland (#4061)

Father-in-law James Hamilton

Cousin William Colhoun (#6329)

Witness Robert Cunningham

Witness John Ferguson

Witness Con O’Donnell

21         Will Michael Sampson (#6319) – 6 March 1736

Source Betham Abstract

 

Dated 6 Mar 1736. Proved 22 Mar 1736

Father Michael Sampson (#6319)

Daughter Susanna (#7381)

Mother Jane Sampson (McCausland) (#4053)

Sister Lettice Nixon (#6322)

Brother-in-law Alexander McClintock

22         Lease Deerpark John McCausland (#17379) – 10 October 1740

Source Merze Marvin Book

 

Memorial of Deed, dated Oct. 10th, 1740, made between John McCausland of Rush, Co. Tyrone, Esq, of the one part and Andrew and James McCausland of Deerpark, Farmers of the other part, by which sd. deed sd. John McCausland in consideration of the yrly, rent of £ 14-10-0 did devise and let unto said Andrew and James McCausland all that part of the Deerpark formerly prossed by Patrick McCausland and Wm. Geer, situate in the manor of Ellistown, other­wise Omagh, Co. Tyrone, To have and hold to said An­drew and James for and during the natural lives of said Andrew and James or the term of 38 years.

 

Witnessed by George Rea then of Omagh, Gauger, Thos. Caldwell of Drumragh in said Co, Farmer, and Hamilton Shaw of Omagh, Gent. Mem'l witnessed by said Shaw and Andrew Allen Clerk to Edmond Gilson of the city of Dublin, Att.

              Andrew McCausland               Reg'd 17th June, 1743.

 

Mentioned:

 

John McCausland (#17379)

Andrew McCausland

James McCausland

Patrick McCausland

William Geer

Witness George Rea

Witness Gauger

Witness Thomas Caldwell

Witness Hamilton Shaw

Witness Andrew Allen

Edmond Gilson

23         Lease Omagh Tenements Alexander McCausland – 4 April 1743

Source Merze Marvin Book

 

Memorial of an Indented Fee Form Deed of Lease, dated 4th April, 1743, made between Alexander McCausland of Strabane, Co. Tyrone, Esq. of one part and John Nixon of Fraghmore in said Co, Yeo­man, of the other party, Whereby sd. McCausland for and in consider­ation of the yrly, rent of £ 7 did devise, set & to farm let unto said Nixon, All that and those the two tenements situate on the southwest side of the street of Omagh in said Co, in one where­of John Hamilton lately dwelt and the other being a waste tenement.

 

Witnessed by Wm. Scott of Donaghanie, Co. Tyrone, Gent, and James Smith of the city of Dublin, Gent. Mem'l witnessed by said Scott and Andrew Allen, Clerk to Edmond Gilson of the city of Dublin, Attor­ney.

              John Nixon               Reg'd 17th June, 1743.

 

Mentioned:

 

Alexander McCausland

John Nixon

John Hamilton

Witness William Scott

Witness James Smith

Witness Andrew Allen

Edmond Gilson

24         Will Alexander McCausland (#4061) – 16 March 1745

Source PRONI D/669 – Will abstract

 

Alexander McCausland of Rash bequeaths all his real & personal estate to Robert Lowry Marg McCausland of Daisy his and Nath. Nesbitt. To use of his son John Hill 21 & to him his heirs & offspring forever. If he dies before age ? to his nephew Oliver his heirs & offspring forever provided he be ? to Ireland directly & educated there. To his wife his house at Rash and a Joint? Of Ardstragh. To my brother Oliver McCausland Esq my own gelding. His sisters Rebecca & Mary 100 each. Appointer his trusties Exectors & said Lowry guardian of his son.

 

Probate granted to the Exectors 19 Nov 1746.

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband Alexander McCausland (#4061)

Robert Lowry

Margaret McCausland (#6233

Nathaniel Nesbitt

Son John Hill

Nephew Oliver McCausland

Brother Oliver McCausland (#4055)

Sister Rebecca McCausland (#4062)

Sister Mary McCausland (#4063)

25         Will John McCausland (#4085) – 21 September 1748

Source Betham Abstract

 

Dated 21 Sept 1748. Proved 2 March 1749.

Daughters Jane (#4088) & Frances (#4089)

Son Oliver (#4090) & eldest son Alexander (#4087)

Brother Robert (#4086)

Wife Anne (#4078)

Mother-in-law Mrs. Jane Sampson (#4053)

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband John McCausland (#4085)

26         Sale Castlefin Oliver McCausland (#4055) – 10 June 1749

Source PRONI D/673/30

 

Know all men by these presents that whereas I Oliver McCasland of Strabane in the County of Tyrone Esq. have granted bargained & sold my fourth part or share as now divided of the Ls Ship or Manor of Castlefin in the County of Donegal to Conolly McCausland of Fruithill in the County of Lderry Esq & Hodson Gage of Ballymargy in the County Esq & their Heirs by my Deed of lease & release bearing Date of 10th Day of June 1749 for the Valuable consideration therein mentioned. Now I do hereby further declare that I have also granted them & Conolly McCausland & Hodson Gage their Extor & Admtors & by those presents do grant them all of last May rents due to me out of my fourth part of the Lands of Castlefin afforded in Consideration of the sum of One Hundred and Ninety & five pounds for ?hell? ? to me in Land paid by ?? Connolly McCausland and Hodson Gage and rec? wherby Is hereby acknowledged and I do hereby impower Them to distrain for ? May ? and all and every Part of them that may be in Arrear.. In witness whereby I have hereunto affixed by hand and seal this 10th Day of June 1749.

 

Oliver McCausland  Signed sealed and Delivered in presence of Redmd Kane, ?neas Murry

 

Mentioned:

 

Oliver McCausland

Connolly McCausland

Hodson Gage

Witness Redmond Kane

Witness ?neas Murry

27         Will Oliver McCausland (#4055) – 19 Dec 1753

Source REGISTRY OF DEEDS, DUBLIN. Written 19 Dec 1753 Probate 5 Feb. 1756 & PRONI D/669

 

Reciting deed of settlement of part of his real estate in 1744, provision made thereby for his wife Jane McCausland. His younger children Margaret, Oliver, Allice and Ann Jane. His eldest son John McCausland. Rev. Robert Spence, Donaghmore, Co. Donegal, clerk, and Alderman James Dunn, Dublin, trustees. To his wife his dwelling house in Strabane.

 

Witnesses: Saml. Moore, Londonderry, Doctor of Physick, Rev. Victor Ferguson and Simeon Rouse, both of Strabane, aforesaid.

 

Memorial witnessed by: Simeon Rouse, Rev. Chas. Rea, Donaghmore, clerk. Robt. Spence (seal)

 

Probate granted to ? & Spence 27 Feb 1756

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband Oliver McCausland (#4055)

Wife Jane McCausland (Hamilton) (#4079)

Daughter Margaret McCausland (#4081)

Daughter Alice McCausland (#4083)

Daughter Ann Jane McCausland (#4084)

Son Oliver McCausland (#4082)

Eldest Son John McCausland (#4080)

Witness & Trustee Robert Spence

Trustee James Dunn

Witness Samuel Moore

Witness Victor Ferguson

Witness Simeon Rouse

Witness Charles Rea

28         Marriage Settlement William McCausland (#4056) and Jane Birney (#4098) – 1 November 1755

Source PRONI Book 182, page 202 No. 120528, registered 10 April 1756

 

Declaration of Trust dated 1 November 1755 between Jno McCausland, Drumragh, County Tyrone, Gent. Reciting as therein recited that whereas by Marriage Article or Instrument in writing made on the intermarriage of William McCausland son of the said Jno McCausland with Jane Birney daughter of John Birney of Omagh, County Tyrone and dated 13 december 1729 made between the said Jno Birney of the one part to the said Jno McCausland as a Trustee of the other part. The said John Birney did thereby made over unto the said William and Jane amongst other things inconsideration the said Marriage the full issues, Profits, Benefits and Advantages of the house possessed by James Stewart in the town of Omagh for 10 years. And the said house to them and the said William and Jane and their lawful issue for ever subject to a yearly rent of 20/ sterling. And by an Article in writing to the said Article annexed witnessed by William Birney eldest son and heir of said Jno Birney and by Abraham Birney of Omagh bearing date 2 January 1729. The said Wm. And Jane and their lawful children and by a Bond of Formance dated 5 January 1729 said Jno Birney did cont (Covenant?) the penalty of 100 sterling (to?) assure said Rents and Profits.

 

The said William McCausland intermarriage aforesaid together with House, Tenement, garden and backstable. And also by a Deed bearing the date 19 May 1742 did make over the said Premises to John and Robert McCausland children of the Said Wm and Jane and reciting also that the said Jno McCausland first above named was made a Party to the said several writing above recited. As a Trustee to the said Wm and Jane and their lawfully begotten between them... said John McCausland did acknowledge publich and declare that his name was and is made use of in the said several writings in Trust for the said Wm and Jane and their issue... The said John McCausland the Trustee in the presence of Alexander McCausland of ( ) and Edward Morris of Strabane both County Tyrone, Gent and this Memorial was executed by said Jno McCausland in the presence of said Abraham McCausland and Edward Morris, Justice of the Peace for County Tyrone this 1st day of November 1755 at Newtownstewart, County Tyrone...

 

Seal John McCausland

Cha Crawford

Wm Colhoun"

 

Mentioned:

 

Father John McCausland

Son William McCausland(#4056)

Wife Jane Birney d/o John Birney (#4098)

John Birney

James Stewart

William Birney

Abraham Birney

Alexander McCausland

Edward Morris

Abraham McCausland

Witness Charles Crawford

Witness William Colhoun

29         Marriage Settlement John McCausland (#4080) and Elizabeth Span (#4492) – 29 ? 1757

Source PRONI D/669/1

 

This indenture made of four parts. Made this 29th day of ? 1757 between John McCausland of Strabane in Co. of Tyrone Esquire of the first part, Andrew Span & William Hamilton both of the City of Dublin Esquire of the second part, Elizabeth Span one of the Daughters of the Rev. William Span late of Ballymacove in the County of Donegal of the third part and Catherine Span ? of the city of Dublin Esquire. The Reverend John Johnston of Hollymount in the Co. of Mayo. The Reverend John Hamilton

 

Mentioned:

 

John McCausland (#4080)

Andrew Span

William Hamilton

Elizabeth Span (#4492)

William Span (#4493)

Catherine Span

John Johnston

John Hamilton

30         Will James McCausland (#4178) – 11 November 1758

Source Merze Marvin Book - Diocese of Derry Will - James McCausland of Ballinamullan in the Parish of Cappagh, Co. Tyrone.

 

Body to be buried in the church of Cappagh. All my right, title, interest, property, claim and demand either in law or equity that I have either now or heretofore to son Andrew McCausland (now of Ballinamullan) the said lease made by the Rt. Hon. Wm, Earl of Blessington, in as full, ample and tenantable manner as I formerly enjoyed said farm, To have and hold to him the said Andrew McCausland my second son, his heirs, executors, adm's, and assigns from henceforth during the contin­uance of said lease.

 

To oldest son Alexander McCausland of Six Mile Cross, Co. Tyrone, the sum 1s. in full right or claim of any kind that he might make after my decease, the same being intended to barr him thereof, and the like sum of 1s to John McCausland of Omagh, my third son, in full claim or demand he might have.

 

My second son Andrew to receive the full value of the bonds I gave my son Alexander of Francis Crawfod, Esq, and Thomas Crawford, in order to sue for the recovery thereof.

 

Executor, Son Andrew McCausland Witnesses: Dated 11th November, 1758 John Patterson, James Willson, Jas. McCausland, Alex. Crigan,

 

Mentioned:

 

James McCausland (#4178)

2nd Son Andrew McCausland (#24297

Eldest Son Alexander McCausland (#921)

3rd Son John McCausland (#24298)

Francis Crawford

Thomas Crawford

William Blessington

Witness John Patterson

Witness James Willson

Witness James McCausland

Witness Alexander Crigan

31         Will Robert Spence (#6956) – 15 February 1759

Source Registry of Deeds, Dublin Abstracts of Wills

 

Robert Spence Strabane, Co. Tyrone, Esq. Written 15 Feb 1759 Probate 6 June 1759. His wife Hannah Spence. His issue then living by his said wife only one son John Spence. Connolly McCausland, Fruithill, Co. Londonderry, Esq., and testator’s brother-in-law Robert McClintock trustees. William McClintock brother of said wife. Her brother John McClintock. His nephew Nixon Stevenson. Robt. Griffith son

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband Robert Spence (#6956)

Wife Hannah Spence (McClintock) (#5798)

Son John Spence

Connolly McCausland

Brother-in-law Robert McClintock

Brother-in-law William McClintock

Brother-in-law John McClintock

Nephew Nixon Stevenson

Son Robert Griffith

32         Will Robert Sampson (#7370) – 16 September 1760

Source Registry of Deeds, Dublin Abstracts of Wills

 

Robert Sampson, Killbrook, parish of Castleknock, Co. Dublin. Written 16 Sept. 1760. Probate 26 March 1764. His wife Elinor Samson, exor. James Glascock, Dublin, Esq., exor

 

Mentioned:

 

Robert Sampson (#7370)

Wife Elinor Sampson (Jones) (#7371)

Exor James Glascock

33         Lease Alexander McCausland – 10 January 1763

Source Merze Marvin Book

 

Memorial of Deeds of Lease and Release, dated 10th and 11th of Jan. 1763, the Lease being made between Alexan­der McCausland of Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Esq, son of John McCausland of Omagh, Esq, deceased, of the one part, and William McCausland of the City of Dublin, Esq, of the other part, the said deed of release being tripartite made between said Alex. McCausland of the first part, said Wm. McCausland of the second part, and Hector Graham of said City, Esq, of the third part, whereby said Alex McCausland in consid­eration of the respective sum of 5s. and 10s. in said deeds mentioned, did bargain, sell, convey, assign, release and confirm unto said William McCausland and his heirs and assigns all that and those the towns and lands of Upper Cloughfinn, Lower Cloughfinn, Crackecor, Upper Drumnakilly, Lower Drumnakilly, and the Tuck Mill thereon, the half town land of Feckarry, and the Corn Mill thereon, the half town land of Ballynagelly, Racolpagh, Cullycurragh, Fearnagh, Deerpark, and all the messuages or tene­ments in the town of Omagh, formerly known by the name or names of Lambart's Tenement, and John Baird's Tenement, together with the park formerly known by the name of John Hay's Tenement, all situate and being in the Co. of Tyrone, To have and to hold to said Wm. McCausland, his heirs and assigns for the term of his natural life to the end that he might be a good and perfect tenant, Which said Indentures and this Memorial are witnessed by John Barlow and Davys Tuckey, of said city of Dublin, Gents.

              Alexander McCausland. Registered 10th February, 1763.

 

Mentioned:

 

Son Alexander McCausland

Father John McCausland

William McCausland

Hector Grahm

John Baird

John Hay

Witness John Barlow

Witness Davys Tuckey

34         Lease Alexander McCausland – 10 July 1763

Source Merze Marvin Book

 

Memorial of Deeds of Lease and Release dated 10th and 11th July, 1763, made between Alexander McCausland of Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Esq. of the one part and John Sioce of the city of Dublin, Esq. of the other part, whereby the said Alexander McCausland in consideration of £ 1000. to him in said release mentioned to be paid by said John Sioce all that and those the towns and lands of Upper Cloghfinn, Lower Cloghfinn, Crackecor, Upper Drumnakilly, Lower Drumnakilly, and the Tuck mill thereon, etc. . . . to hold said premises with the appurtenances unto said John Sioce his heirs and assigns forever, subject nevertheless to a provision in said deed of Release mentioned. Which said Deeds and this memorial are witnesses by John Murtagh, of the City of Dublin, merch, and Joseph Griffith of said City, Gent.

              Alexander McCausland.               Registered 11th November, 1763.

 

Mentioned:

 

Alexander McCausland

John Sioce

Witness John Murtagh

Witness Joseph Griffith

35         Lease Deerpark Alexander McCausland – 1 September 1763

Source Merze Marvin Book

 

Memorial of an article dated 1st Sept. 1763, Where­by Alexan­der McCausland of the City of Dublin, Esq, did for the considerations therein men­tioned agree to devise unto Roger Dougherty and James Dougherty, both of Deerpark in the parish of Drumraugh, Co. Tyrone, All that part of Deer Park which they then held and enjoyed for and during the term of 31 years com­mencing from 1st November then next at the yearly rent of 14s. by the account sixpence by the pound receivers fees. And the said Alexander McCausland did further thereby agree to devise to said Roger and James Dougherty the old inclosure opposite to Blythes forth at the rent of £ 2 for the year then next ensuing for £ 3 yearly during the rest of said devise, which said premises are situate, lying and being in said parish of Drumraugh, Co. Tyrone.

 

Witnesses, Thomas McIlduff and Jos. McDonnel, both of Killycurragh, Co. Tyrone. Mem'l witnessed by said McIlduff and Edw'd Morris of Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Gent.              James Dougherty                Reg'd 11th June, 1766.

 

Mentioned:

 

Alexander McCausland

Roger Dougherty

James Dougherty

Witness Thomas McIlduff

Witness Jos. McDonnel

Witness Edwin Morris

36         Will Jane Sampson (McCausland) (#) 5 January 1764

Source Betham Abstract

 

Dated 5 Jan 1764. Proved 6 June 1764.

 

Daughter Lettice Hastings

Grandsons Michael (#7384) & John Nixon (#7385)

Granddaughter Jane Tindall

Great granddaughter Jane Tindall

Grandchildren Oliver (#4090), Alexander (#4078) & Frances McCausland (#4089)

Daughter Mary Anne Eyre & her husband Stratford Eyre (#6326) Esq.

Sister Rebecca Newton

Grandaughters Jane Holland & Jane Murray

Son Michael (#6319)

Granddaughter Susanna Curfey

Husband Michael Sampson (#4054) Esq., deceased

Son-in-law Alexander of Drumcar, Co. Louth Esq.

37         Will William McCausland (#4051) 14 February 1764

Source PRONI D669 – Will abstract

 

Wm McCausland City Dublin Esq speaks of his being secure In fee of several lands in Coy South and of lands ? in Coy & City Dublin devises same to John Lodge & James Barlow in trust for his grand daughter Mary Mercer & her heirs for ever chargeable with £2000 for his grand daughter Alice on her coming of age. Failing  of them ? to his nephew ? McCausland & his heirs forever. Bequeaths to the children of his sister ? in Co. of Fermagh £200. To his brother Oliver £50. To his nephew Alex. £200. & appointed his grand daughter Mary & Alice Mercer ?

 

Probate 21 May 1764

 

Mentioned:

 

Father William McCausland (#4051)

John Lodge

James Barlow

Granddaughter Mary Mercer (#4093)

Granddaughter Alice Mercer (#4094)

Nephew ? McCausland

Brother Oliver McCausland (#4055

Nephew Alexander

Sister ? McCausland

38         Memorial John & Patrick McCausland (#) 4 November 1764

Source B. P. 292:98:189620 – Dublin

 

To the Register appointed by act of …

 

A memorial of a Penalty of Condition dated the 4 November, 1764 and entered into Between John and Patrick McCausland of Drenagh and County of Tyrone for themselves their heirs Educational Advisors and assigns in the pural Sum of one Hundred & fifty pounds its good & lawful money of Great Britain each to pay to the other or any of theirs Who shall not stand or abide by the award made by Alex McCausland James Fuitor & Thomas Caldwell which is contained on the amt side of the Bond and is relative to the Divison of their lands as appear by said unting and the said Bond is withheld by the said Alex McCausland of Gortuacrea and the said Thomas Caldwell of Drummaboth in the County of Tyrone farmer and his Memorial is also witnessed by Thomas Caldwell & John Baxter of Omagh.

 

Signed by Patrick McCausland

39         Marriage Settlement Dominick McCausland (#3441) and Mary Elizabeth Bacon (#3442) - 2 Jan 1769

Source PRONI D/1550/1

 

(It appears that Mary Bacon brings £1,000 and Dominick McCausland brings the lands of Edenmore in Co. Derry to the marriage)

 

Mary Bacon shall be then living IN TRUST and to the intent and purpose that the said Hugh Hill and Connolly McCausland and their heirs and assigns do and shall permit and suffer the said Mary Bacon and her assigns yearly and every year during her Natural Life, as well during the life of the said Marcus McCausland after his Death anything herein before contained in anywise notwithstanding to receive and take to her and their own use and uses, the whole of the Rents, issue and Profits of the said Lands of Edinmore with full powers to destine for the same and take all other legal means for Recovery thereof. And after the Death of the said Dominick McCausland and Mary Bacon and the Survivors of them... to permit and suffer the issue of the said Dominick and Mary whether male or female to receive and take the rents, issues and profits of the said Lands in such manner at such time, and in such shares and proportions as he the said Dominick McCausland shall by any Deed in his lifetime attested by two or more Credible Witnesses or by his last will and testament in writing executed in the presence of three credible witnesses direct limit and appoint, And for want of such appointment to permit and suffer all the said Children male and female and their Heirs and assigns to receive and take the rents, issues and profits of the said Lands in equal share and proportions during the Remainder of the said Term And if there shall happen to be but one Child then to permit and suffer such Child whether male or female and his and her Heirs and assigns... to receive and take the whole thereof, And if there shall happen to be no Child of the said Dominick McCausland on the Body of the said Mary Bacon begotten then TO the use and behoof the said Dominick McCausland his heirs and assigns and to and for no other use intent or purpose whatsoever, DID as for and concerning the said sum of one thousand pounds the Marriage portion of the said Mary Bacon His hereby covenanted and agreed upon by and between the parties to these presents and declared to be their True intent and meaning that the same is... hereby vested in the said Robert Campbell and James Stirling their Escors Admors and assigns for the Trusts, uses and purposes hereafter mentioned that is to say that from and immediately after the said intended Marriage shall take effect the said Dominick McCausland shall........ Receive and take to his own proper Use during his Life the Yearly interest of the said One thousand pounds the same to be paid to him or his assigns by the said Robert Campbell and James Stirling or the Survivor of them and the Exors Admors and Assigns of such survivors in such Gales and Payments as they shall from time to time receive the same and from and immediately after the Death of the said Dominick McCausland that the said Mary Bacon in Case she survives the said Dominick McCausland shall have receive and take the yearly interest of the said One thousand pounds during her life in manner aforesaid and from and after the Death of the survivor of the said Dominick McCausland and Mary Bacon then the said sum of one thousand pounds and all interest that then or may thereafter grow due thereon shall go to the Children of the said Marriage Male or Female in such shares and proportions as the said Dominick McCausland shall by any Deed to be by him duly executed in his life Time in the presence of two Credible witnesses or by his last Will and Testament duly executed in the presence of the like Number of two Credible Witnesses direct and appoint and for want of such appointment the said one thousand pounds and interest to be paid to and among the Children of the said Marriage in equal shares and proportions and to be paid to such of the said Children as shall be a Son or Sons at his or their respective Ages of twenty one years and to such of them as shall be a Daughter or Daughters at her or their respective Ages of Twenty one years, or Days of Marriage which shall first happen and in case there be but one Child by the said Marriage then the whole of the said One thousand pounds and interest to go and be paid to such Child at the Time aforesaid PROVIDED always and it is True intent and meaning of these presents and the party hereto... that if it shall happen there be no Child or Children by the said Marriage that the said Mary Bacon shall dye in the life time of the said Dominick McCausland, that then and in such Case the said One thousand pounds and interest shall go, and be paid to the said Dominick McCausland his Exors Admors and Assigns and to his and their own use forever, and in like manner if the said Dominick McCausland shall dye in the Lifetime of the said Mary Bacon leaving no Child or Children by her that then the whole of the said One thousand pounds and interest shall go and be paid to the said Mary Bacon her Exors Admors and Assigns and to her and their use forever AND it is hereby further concluded and agreed upon by and between all the said parties to these presents that whenever the said Sum of one thousand pounds which is now out at interest on the Bond of THE REV. BENJ. BACON party to these presents.... shall to be paid then and in that Case the said Robert Campbell and James Stirling and the survivor of them and the Exors Admors and Assigns of such survivor shall with all convenient speed Lend and place out the same at Interest by and with the consent and Approbation of the said Dominick McCausland upon the Trusts aforesaid and so from time to time with such consent and approbation shall call in and receive the money so lent or placed out, or any part thereof, and again to Lend and place out the same in Manner and upon the Trusts aforesaid PROVIDED always and that in Case the said Dominick McCausland shall at any time here after think it more advantageous to lay out the said Sum of one thousand pounds in the Purchase of any Land that then and in such Case with the consent approbation of the said Robert Campbell and James Stirling or the Survivors of them or the Exors Admors and Assigns of such Survivor he the said Dominick McCausland shall have full power and Authority to apply the same in the making such purchase and the Lands so purchased shall be and are here by declared so far as the said One thousand pounds shall go to and ensure to the uses and purposes herein before appointed relating to the

 

THIS INDENTURE made the second.... day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred sixty nine (2 Jan 1769). BETWEEN Marcus McCausland of Daisyhill in the County of London Derry Esquire and Dominick McCausland son of the said Marcus McCausland of the first part, The Reverend Benjamin Bacon of Glebe Hall in said County of Londonderry Doctor in Divinity and Mary Bacon, Daughter of the said Benjamin Bacon of the second part. Hugh Hill of the City of Londonderry Esquire and Connolly McCausland of Fruithill in said County of Londonderry Esquire of the third part, Robert Campbell of Newtown Limavady and James Stirling of Walworth, both in said County Esquires of the fourth part.

 

WHEREAS a Marriage is intended to be shortly had and solemnized between the said Dominick McCausland and the said Mary Bacon AND WHEREAS the said Benjamin Bacon hath agreed to give the sum of one thousand pounds sterling as a marriage portion with his Daughter the said Mary to be settled in manner as herein after mentioned AND WHEREAS the said Marcus McCausland is seized and possessed of the Town and Lands of Edenmore situate in the said County of Londonderry under and by virtue of and Indenture of Lease there of made to the said Marcus McCausland by the Right Honorable Marcus late Earl of Tyrone bearing date the Thirtieth day of April One Thousand Seven Hundred and forty six (13 April 1746).... for and during the life and lives of the said Marcus McCausland or the Term of thirty one years to be computed from the first day of November then last past which whichever shall last longest And the said Marcus McCausland in order to make a provision for his said son and the said Mary his intended wife, in case she shall happen to survive him and the issue of said Marriage hath agreed to Convey all his Right Title and Interest in the said Town and Lands of Edenmore to and for the several Uses. Trusts intents and purposes herein after mentioned NOW THIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH that the said Marcus McCausland for the purposes aforesaid and in consideration of the said intended Marriage and of the sum of one thousand pounds the Marriage portion of the said Mary in hand paid or secured to be paid by the said Benjamin Bacon to the said Robert Campbell and James Stirling at or before the sealing of these presents for the purposes herein after mentioned the Receipt whereof they and each of them do hereby acknowledge and in consideration of the sum of five shillings sterling. To him the said Marcus McCausland in hand paid by the said Hugh Hill and Connolly McCausland the receipt whereof he the said Marcus McCausland doth hereby acknowledge HATH granted, bargained sold, assigned, transferred and made over by these presents DOTH grant bargain sell assign transfer and make over unto the said Hugh Hill and Connolly McCausland in their actual possession now being by virtue of a Bargain and Sale to them thereof made for one year by indenture bearing date the Day before the Day of the Date of these presents and by force of the Statute for Transferring uses into Possession and to their heirs FOR THAT AND THOSE the said Town and Lands of Edemore with all and singular the Rights members and appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining in as full and ample manner as the same are herein before mentioned to be Demised by the said herein before recited Leave and as the same have been held and enjoyed by the said Marcus McCausland situate lying and being in the County of Londonderry aforesaid and all the Estate. Rights, Title, Interest, Trust, Term, Property, claim and Demand whatsoever of him the said Marcus McCausland of in and to the same and every part thereof, and the Rents, Issues and profits of the said premises and every part and parcel thereof. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD all and singular the said Lands and premises with their appurtenances as aforesaid unto the said Hugh Hill and Connolly McCausland their heirs and assigns for and during the natural Life and Lives of the said Marcus McCausland, Robert McCausland and Hercules McCausland and the longest liver of them and for and during the rest, residue and Remainder of the said Term of Thirty one years, yet to come and unexpired to be computed from the said First Day of November then last.... Subject to the Rents and Covenants in and by the said recited Lease on the Lessees part to be paid and performed, In Trust Nevertheless and for the several uses intents and purposes herein after expressed and declared to be concerning the same. That is to say IN TRUST to the use of the said Marcus McCausland and his heirs until the said intended Marriage shall be had and solemnized and from and after the Solemnization thereof IN TRUST That they the said Hugh Hill and Connolly McCausland their heirs and assigns so and shall permit and suffer the said Dominick McCausland and his Assigns to receive and take the Rents, Issues and profits of that part of the said Lands of Edenmore now in the possess of Edward Reiley Senior, Edward Reiley Junior, John Reiley and Cath. McFall widow for and during the natural Life of the said Dominick McCausland, And in Trust to permit and suffer the said Marcus McCausland and his assigns to Receive and take the rest Residue and Remainder of the rents issues and profits of the said Lands for a during the Joint Lives of him the said Marcus McCausland and Dominick McCausland and from and immediately after the death of the said Marcus McCausland. IN TRUST to permit and suffer the said Dominick McCausland and his assigns to receive and take the Rents issues profits of the whole of the said Lands and of every part thereof for his and their own use and uses for and during the Natural LIFE of the said Dominick McCausland and from and immediately after the Death of the said Dominick McCausland Case the said

 

Signed by Marcus McCausland, Dominick McCausland, Benjamin Bacon, Mary Bacon, Hugh Hill

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband Dominick McCausland son of Marcus McCausland

Wife Mary Bacon d/o Rev. Benjamin Bacon

Catherine McFall

Benjamin Bacon father of Mary Bacon

Connolly McCausland

Edward Reiley

Hercules McCausland

Hugh Hill

Exors & Admins James Stirling

Exors & Admins Robert Campbell

John Reiley

Marcus McCausland

Robert McCausland

40         Marriage Settlement Alexander McCausland – 18 December 1769

Source Merze Marvin Book

 

Memorial of an indented Deed dated 18th December, 1769, and made between Alexander McCausland of Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Esq. Lieutenant in his Majesty's 12th Regiment of Dragoons, of the first part, Rose Saunderson of the Lodge in the Queen's Country, Widow, sole Executrix of Alex Saunderson, late of the Lodge, Esq., dec'd, and mother and guardian of Henrietta Saunderson, one of the daughters of the sd. Alex Saunderson, said Henrietta Saunderson, the daughter, of the second part, John Loyd of Gloster, King's Co. Esq, and Hardress Loyd of Gloster, Esq., of the third part, and Alex. McClintock and John McClintock of Drurmcarr, Co. South, Esq. of the 4th part, Reciting said Alex. McCausland and Henrietta Saunderson.

 

              - Term of Settlement-

Lands of Upper and Lower Cloghfinn, Crackencor, otherwise Crackecor, Upper and Lower Drumnakilly, and the Tuck Mill thereon, etc. . . .

 

Witnesses:              Alexander McCausland

              Wm. Hayes, of the City of Dublin, Upholder.               Henry Retagh of said City, Gent. Reg'd 18th Dec. 1769

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband Alexander McCausland (#6666)

Mother Rose Saunderson (Loyd) (#25784)

Father Alexander Saunderson (#4759)

Daughter & Wife Henrietta Saunderson (#4760)

John Loyd

Hardress Loyd

Alexander McClintock

John McClintock

Witness William Hayes

Witness Henry Retagh

Witness Samuel Smith

41         Auction Alexander McCausland (#80077) – 24 Sep 1768

Source Londonderry Journal - 4th March 1774

 

"To be sold by auction in the town of Omagh and Country of Tyrone on the twenty-first day of March inst. the following freeholds and chattel leases the property of Alex. McCausland late of Corranarry, Esq., dec. pursuant to his will, viz.

 

The Townland of Corranarry. This is a lease for 21 years from May, 1773, subject to £24 per annum and agent's fees; in a remarkable good farm containes 40A. or thereabouts, abounds with meadow well watered and sheltered with plenty of bog.

 

The Townland of Cummery. This is the like tenure; it contains 129A, 1R. 3p. arable pasture and bog adjacent to £30 per annum and agent's fees and if divided into four parts is meadow and bog enough to supply each.

 

The profit rent of Lisanelly. This is for one life and pays annually £3.10.0 to the heirs of Mr. McCausland. The above lands lie in the Parish of Cappagh near Omagh.

 

The great holm, castle, hill and field. This is lease for the life of Mr. William McCausland, contains 25A or thereabouts subject to £20 per annum only and is mered and bounded by the river and great road leading from Omagh to Strabane.

 

The large house, offices and garden now inherited by the heirs of James Maxwell, Esq., deceased standing near the Session House in the town of Omagh.

 

Aforesaid; this is a deed forever, but set for one or two lives at the yearly rent of £6.13.0.

 

A waste plot of ground adjoining the Session House and Mr. Maxwell's house, containing near an acre, unset, and would be very convenient for building thereon, having two fronts and ground for offices and gardens; this is a deed forever.

 

The fields adjoining the new Meeting House, containing 8A. or thereabouts not more than one hundred yards from the town; this is a deed forever, the fields set from year to year to Mr. Maxwell.

 

The new Meeting House. This is a deed forever and set by Mr. McCausland to the congregation at £1.10.0 per annum forever.

 

The ground rent of Alex. Kerr's houses. This is a deed forever, and set to Kerr for 10s. per annum forever.

 

The house inhabited by Owen Moss in the front street of the town of Omagh opposite the Session House. This is a deed forever and set for £3.0.0 per annum forever.

 

The ground rent of the houses now inhabited by William McConetry merchant being a deed forever of 13s per annum.

 

The ground rent of the house adjoining it, inhabited by John Brown. This is a deed forever, set for 6s.8d. forever.

 

The house inhabited by Charles Johnston, butcher. This is a deed forever set during an old man's life for 20s. per annum.

 

The house inhabited by John Robinson. This is a deed forever but set during an old woman's life upwards of 80 at £1.12.6 per annum.

 

The house inhabited by Dennis McCavell: this is a deed forever, and now set year by year at £1.10.0 as no lease could be granted longer.

 

The houses held by Charles Anderson being inhabited by John Stockwall, Mr. McAlear, and others; this is a deed forever and set for £4.0.0. per annum forever.

 

The house, large garden, offices and park formerly inhabited by Mrs. Crawford. This is a deed forever unset and would answer a distiller.

 

The ground rent of the two houses next adjoining the same, being newly built by C. Crawford. This is a deed forever and set for £1.0.0 forever.

 

The ground rent of the two houses next adjoining them being a deed forever and set to Mr. David Campbell, merchant, at £1.10.0. per annum forever.

 

The above lie in and near the town of Omagh.

 

There will be six months credit on approved security for the whole of the above concerns which will make it more convenient to purchasers. The title deeds are in the hands of William Hamilton, Attorney in Omagh, where any person may view them that chooses it. There will be some old fashioned plate sold at same time for ready money.

 

 

5th April 1774

 

"The several freeholds undisposed of, that belonged to the late Alex. McCausland of Corranarry, Esq., will be sold during the sessions at Omagh on Tuesday the twelfth of April next...."

42         Will Elizabeth McCausland (#3457) – 5 February 1778

Source PRONI T/1201/3

 

In the Name of God Amen I Elizabeth McCausland Wife of Conolly McCausland of Fruithill in the County of Londonderry being of sound Mind Memory and Judgment & fully authorized by him so to ds Do hereby make this my last Will and Testament in manner following First I recommend my Soul to the Mercy of the Almighty God hoping for a Blessed Resurrection thro the Merits of my Redeemer Jesus Christ and do order my Body to be decently Interred and do dispose of my Worldly Goods as follows Whereas my dear Brother Hodgson Gage of Bellarena in §. County Esq. late decd. made his last Will & Testament and therein bequeath’d all the Lands Tenements & Hereditaments he dy’d Seized of and also all the Church Land Lease he held under the Bishop of Derry to me during my Life Subject to some Annuities & other Incumbrances and after my death Remainder to my Son Robert during his Life & after his death to his Issue Male & failing such Issue to go to my Son Conolly during his Life and after his death to his Issue Male & failing such Issue to go to my Son Marcus during his Life Remainder to his Issue Male & so on to my three daughters severally and their respective True Male and Whereas the said Hodgson Gage by a subsequent Clause in his said Will hav Impowered me by my last Will to grant all §. Lands Tenements & Hereditaments he dy’d Seized of & also the §. Lands he held from the Bishop of Derry to any or either of my §. Sons I shall direct in preference to the Elder and alter the Succession in favor of such of my §. Sons as I shall appoint to Succeed to §. Lands after my death as by Reference to §. Will may more fully appear and Whereas my Son Robert is long since dead leaving no Issue and Whereas my Son Conolly is amply provided for by his Father by a Settlement on him at his Marriage and Whereas the §. Hodgson Gage had often Sayed he would alter his Will & frequently declared he was fully resolved & Intended to make my Son Marcus his Heir Now by virtue of the power so Granted to me by §. Will I hereby Nominate & appoint my Son Marcus to Succeed to all the §. Lands Tenements & Hereditaments & Church Lands after my death during his Life the Remainder to his 1st Son  & in order to make this my Nomination & appointment more Valid I hereby Bequest all the Lands Tenements and Hereditaments the §. Hodgson Gage dy’d possessed of to John Stirling of Tarboe in §. County Esq. his Heirs & assigns for Ever to the use & behoof of him his Heirs & assigns In Trust nevertheless that he will permit my §. Son Marcus to take & receive the Rents Issues & profits thereof to his own Sole & separate use during his Life Remainder to the §. John Sterling & his Heirs during the life of the §. Marcus to Support the contingent Remainders & from & after the death of the §. Marcus to the use of the first & every other Son of the §. Marcus Successively as they shall be entitled by priority of Birth & to the Heirs Male of such Son and in default of such Issue Remainder to the use of my Son Conolly during his Life Remainder to the §. John Sterling & his Heirs during the life of my §. Son Conolly to support contingent uses only Remainder to the first & every other Son of the Body of my §. Conolly successively & the Heirs Male of their Bodies respectively Remainder to such further Uses and Limitations as Setforth & appointed in the last Will of the §. Hodgson Gage I Bequeath all that the Church land Lease held by the S. Hodgson Gage under the Bishop of Derry to the §. John Stirling his Ex. Admis & assigns in Trust Nevertheless that he will permit my §. Son Marcus to take the Rents ?sucs & profits thereof during his Life & also every other person from time to time who shall be Seized or entitled to an Estate or use for Life or in Tail of §. Lands of Inheritance to take the Rents & profits of §. Church Lands Lease as they are to accompany the Real Estate and my Will is that my §. Son Marcus & every other person who shall be Seized of an Estate or use for Life in §. Freehold or Leasehold Lands shall be dispunishable of Waste & shall have a power to Settle such a Jointure on a Wife & to Grant Leases of §. Lands of such duration as are directed & appointed by the §. last Will of the §. Hodgson Gage and I do herby Constitute and appoint my §. Son Marcus to be the Sole Executor of this my last Will & Testament & hereby leave him the residuary Legatee of all my Effects after he has paid all my Just debts In Testimony whereof I have hereunto affixed my Hand & Seal this Fifth day of Feb. 1778 Elizabeth McCausland (Seal) Signed Sealed published & declared by the §. Elizabeth McCausland to be her last Will & Testament in prescience of Willm. Smith ? McCausland & Robt. Campbell.

 

In the Name of God Amen I Elizabeth McCausland of Fruithill in the County of Londonderry being of sound Mind Memory and Judgment thanks be to the Lord Do make this Codicil to my last Will and Testament Whereas my dear Brother Hodson Gage of Bellarena dec. did by his last Will duly executed Leave and Bequest the sum of Two hundred pounds to the late Robert Gage commonly called of Rathlin wc. Legacy by means of the §. Robert Gage dying before my §. Brother Hodson became a lapsed Legacy and void Now I Elizabeth McCausland do by this Codicil Leave & bequest an annuity of Twelve pounds to be paid yearly and every year to Elizabeth Gage Mary Gage & Florinda Gage daughters of the §. Robert Gage to be equally distributed among them in Shares of four pounds each during the lives of the §. Elizabeth Mary & Florinda and at the death of any one of them my Will is that the Share belonging to such of them so dying shall cease and fall into my Ex. and that my §. Ex. Shall continue to pay four pounds each ? Annum to the two Surviving daughters and when a second dies her Share to Cease in like manner as the former and four pounds ? am to be paid to the Sole Surviving one during her natural Life I do likewise Leave and bequest to my Cousin Sarah Church Spinster who now lives with me an annuity of Twenty pounds a year during the term of her natural Life. And my Will is that my Son Marcus my executor shall pay the §. two annuities out of the Effects I have left him by my Will, which Will I do herby Ratify and Confirm only so far as it is altered by this Codicil In Testimony whereof I have hereunto affixed my Hand and Seal this 15th. Day of December 1788 Eliz: McCausland (seal) Signed Sealed published and declared by the above Elizabeth McCausland to be her Codicil to her last Will in presence of the under Subscribers. William Mullan.

 

A true Copy

John Cooke Noyes N:B

Proctor

43         Marriage Settlement Oliver McCausland (#4494) – 10 Sep 1785

Source PRONI Doc/669/2

 

Articles of Agreement entered into and concluded 10th day of Sept. 1785 b/w Rev. Oliver McCausland of Marblehill, Co. Donegall Clerk of the 1st part, Hannah Cuningham of Leherkenny, Co. Donegall Spinster of the 2nd part & the Rev. Joseph Lytle of Leherkenny aforesaid Co. and David Ross of Aeaufort, Co. Londonderry Esq. Of the 3rd part & John Stewart of the city of Dublin Esq. Barrister at Law & Patrick Plunket of city of Dublin Doctor of Phyisick of the 4th part.

 

Whereas a marriage is intended shortly Oliver McCausland & Hannah Cunningham And WhereAs by Deeds of Lease & Release bearing date 8th & 9th days of Oct. 1781 the release made b/w John McCausland of Marblehill Co. Donegall & said Oliver McCausland by the description of Oliver McCausland eldest son & heir apparent of the said John of the one part and Wm. Span & Charles King both of City of Dublin Esq. Of the other part. & reciting amongst other things that said John McCausland was seized of an Estate for Life & in the Several Lands herein after mentioned & that Oliver McC Was seized of an Estate therein in Tail Male expectant upon the death of the said John his father & further reciting that the said John had Contracted several debts to a considerable amount & said Oliver had agreed to make provision for the payment of the same by the sale of a Competent part of the said Lands for that purpose – John McC agreed to Surrender his Estate for Life in the Lands unto Oliver reserving the account unto the said John an annuity of 2 ae pounds during his life, those lying in the Co. of Donegall:

 

Manor of Stranorlar & the Towns and Lands of Lehermakenny, Toaveagmey, Lisnares, Mullaghagarry Turccallen Dunwilly Admoranothe Glebe Knockfair Castlban Gortinaletragh Treanamullan Mullanoreat Sheissaghoneal Gawney Drunan West, Knock Trush, Kinleter Kilross, & Stranorlar & The Town & Village Tenements & Demcsne of Stranorlar all situated to Oliver McCausland & heirs forever!

 

Hannah Cunningham age of 21 years & under by virtue of the Will of her father Redmond Cunningham Esq. Deciased & late sisters Lydia Mary, & Elizabeth Isabella & one of her brother Wm. Alexander Cunningham before their portions under the said Will become payable – is now entitled to £ 3833 6s & 8p of which the £ 300 – a charge upon the Irish & £ 833 6s 8p a charge upon the American property of the said Redmond Cunningham deed & the said Hannah Cunningham may also upon Contingencys in Redmonds’ Will transfers over to Joseph Lytle & David Ross & survivors of them £ 3833 6s 8p.

 

Signed & Sealed by Oliver McCausland

Hannah Cunningham

Joseph Lytle

David Ross

John Stewart

44         Annuity Alexander McCausland – 1 September 1787

Source Merze Marvin Book

 

Memorial of an Indenture dated 1st Sept. 1787, made between Alexander McCausland of Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Esq, of the one part and the Rev'd Robt. Heyland, Rector of Colerain, Co. Londonderry, Clk, and Allen Bellingham of the City of Dublin, Esq, of the other part, Whereby said McCausland did grant unto said Heyland and Bellingham one annuity or yearly rent charge of £ 100. to be issuing out of all that and those Upper Cloghfinn, Lower Cloghfinn, Crackecor, Upper Drumnakilly, etc. . . ., To have and hold the said annuity in trust for the purposes therein mentioned. Witnessed by Wm. Ball and Geo. Fred'k Winstanly, both of Richmond, Co. Dublin, Esqs. Mem. witnessed by said Wm. Ball and Thomas Henry.

 

              Robert Heyland.               Reg'd 3rd November, 1787.

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband Alexander McCausland (#6666)

Robert Heyland (#19315) f/o wife Margaret McCausland (Heyland)

Allen Bellingham

Witness William Ball

Witness Frederick Winstanly

Witness Thomas Henry

45         Deed Margaret McCausland (Heyland) – 20 December 1788

Source Merze Marvin Book

 

Later comes an indent­ed deed by Margaret, widow of Alexander McCausland of Omagh. This would indicate that the Lt. Alex. McCausland mentioned in the previous deed had married a second time, and therefore tallies with the tradition of the founding of the Donaghanie family.

 

It is said that after several generations a dispute arose concerning the inheritance of the Estate. The father had married a second time and the second wife secured the estate for her sons. The alleged rightful, or disinherited heirs, lacking the funds necessary for a law suit, were unable to substantiate their claims, and were obliged to bid farewell to Drumnakilly and the estate. The disinherited heirs scattered from Drumnakilly. William settled at Donaghanie, Beragh, and founded the family which is traced in the suc­ceeding chapters.

 

Memorial of an Indented Deed, dated 20th December, 1788, and made between Marg. McCausland of the City of Dublin, widow of Alexander McCausland, late of Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Esq, deceased, of the first part, George Madden of the same city, Gent, of the second part, and Richard Eaton of Richmond, Co. Dublin, Esq, and Rowley Heyland of the City of Dublin, Gent, of the third part, whereby said Marg. McCausland did grant and assign unto said Rich'd Eaton and Rowley Heyland, all that and those one annuity yearly rent charge of £ 100. for the life of said Marg. McCausland issuing and payable of all that and those Upper and Lower Cloughfinn, Crackencor, Upper and Lower Drumnakilly, the tuck mill, etc. . . Witnessed by Roger Uctherall and Wm. Hancock of the City of Dublin, Esq.

              Marg. McCausland               Reg'd 25th December, 1788.

 

Mentioned:

 

Wife Margaret McCausland (Heyland) (#7202)

Husband Alexander McCausland (#6666)

George Madden

Richard Eaton

Rowley Heyland

Witness Roger Uctherall

Witness William Hancock

46         Will Ann Jane McCausland (Hamilton) (#4079) – 9 April 1789

Source PRONI D/669 – Will abstract

 

Ann Jane McCausland of Richmond Coy & Dublin widow of Oliver McCausland – late of Strabane. Her daughter Marg, Alice Eustace, Ann Jane Shaw. Son Oliver.

 

Probate 6 Oct 1789

 

Mentioned:

 

Wife Ann Jane McCausland (Hamilton) (#4079)

Husband Oliver McCausland (#4055)

Daughter Margaret McCausland (#4081)

Daughter Alice Eustace (McCausland) (#4083)

Daughter Ann Jane Shaw (McCausland) (#4084)

Son Oliver McCausland (#4082)

47         1796 Spinning Wheel Premium Entitlemnts List

McCasland, Andrew  - Taughboyne

McCasland, Rev. Archibald  - Kilmacrenan

McCasland, Oliver  - Conwal

48         Deed John McCausland – 22 September 1798

Source Merze Marvin Book - Con­cerns Lt. John McCausland, of Omagh, probably a son of Lt. Alexander and Margaret McCausland.

 

Memorial of an indented Deed, dated 22 Sept. 1798 and made between John McCausland, Esq, Lieutenant in the 5th Royal Irish Regiment of Light Dragoons of the one part and Samuel Galbraith of Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Esq, of the other part, whereby said John McCausland in consideration of £ 100. to him paid by said Samuel Galbraith did grant, bargain, sell, release and confirm unto Galbraith and to his heirs and assigns all that and those that part of the town and lands of Drumnakilly, arable pastures meadows and bogs on the Docenan side of the river, commonly called Brackey River, neared on the one side by Donovan, on the other side by the town land of Dreenan, and on the other side by the river called Brackey river, situate, lying, and being in the parish of Termonnaquirk, said Co. of Tyrone, with the appurtenances thereto, To have and to hold the said lands, and premises unto the said Galbraith, his heirs and assigns, forever. Witnessed by the Rev'd. Claudious Crigan of Newland, Clerk, and James Galbraith of Omagh, Gent, both in Co. Tyrone. Memorial witnessed by said James Galbraith and Robert Hunter of Omagh in said Co., Gent.

              Samuel Galbraith.               Registered 13th December, 1798.

 

Mentioned:

 

John McCausland (#25797)

Samuel Galbraith

Witness Claudius Crigan

Witness James Galbraith

Witness Robert Hunter

49         Dominic McCausland – 17 Jun 1803

Source PRONI D/1550/149/5/2

 

17 June 1803, 18 Apr 1805

 

Daughter Anna Benjamea & Caroline (Unmarried).

Robt, eldest son on death of his mother & her sister Catherine Span.

Son Marcus Langford McCausland (Daisy Hill, Co. Meath Land, Dublin).

My wife Mary Bacon.

Grandson Do. Knox (eldest) under 21.

Andrew Knox son-in-law - Mary his wife.

Rev. John Beresford (son-in-law) & Letitia his wife.

Daughter in law Maria wife of son Marcus.

50         _ McCausland – 11 December 1812

Source PRONI D669 – Will abstract

 

I have my father marriage settlement entered into in 1757 and he died in the end of 1804. My mother still living.

 

Copies of Alexander ? in 1674 and will trouble you for a letter tomorrow morning.

 

11 Dec 1812

51         Will Margaret McCausland (Connor) (#25310) - 16 March 1823

Source PRONI Doc D/1118/7/17 Extract

 

Will of Margaret McCausland, otherwise Connor widow deceased. Of Waterside in Londonderry - I am entitled by my marriage deed of settlement with William McCausland to the sum of 500 pounds – I hereby leave and bequeath unto my sister Catherine Brown of Waterside – 16 Day March 1823, signed Margaret McCauslin

 

Mentioned:

 

Margaret McCausland (Connor) (#25310)

Husband William McCausland (#25311)

Sister Catherine Brown (Connor) (#25690

52         Will Marcus McCausland (#6883) – 9 July 1823

Source PRONI Doc D/1118/7/17

 

22 Nov 1824

 

I Marcus McCausland now of Strieve Hill in County of Londerry being of sound mind & judgment so make & publish this last will & testament in a manner & form following that is to see. Whereas by indented deed of settlement made on the intermarriage of Marcus Gage with my nice Rachel Jane McCausland alias Gage & by which deed of settlement I have agreed. Certain Freeholds herein mentioned should be settled & reso? the property of them the said Marcus & Rachel & their heirs in manner in said settlement mentioned from & immediately after my decease and in order to make ? Leave & bequest to Rachel Jane 500 pounds in trust

 

Nephew Frederick of Bessbrook all the interest in an to the lease of Tierney freehold in an near Newtown Limavady (which I hold under Wm Olgilby of Dungiven) to him & his heirs for ever. I leave & bequest to my friend Langford Heyland who now resides in France all my right, title & interest in an to the townland of Aldough, which I purchased from said Langford Heyland for the term of his natural life. I leave & bequest to my sister Hannah Richardson who now lives with her son at Moy the sum of 50 (5?) pounds sterling to purchase some remembrance of me. I leave & bequest to my servant Richard Moore the sum of 12 pounds ster. I leave & bequest to my nice the said Rachel Jane Mc alias Gage all my right title & interest in an to a lease which I hold under Connolly McCausland – Gage Esq of the townland of Dunmore commonly called the White Lees. I leave and bequest to ? all  my stock, crop and farming utensils together with all crops growing, on either under or above ground at the time of my decease. As also all my household furniture, plate and linen together with all my horses and carriages and also cattle of every sort and description that I may die possed of. And I so further leave & bequest unto my said niece all rents and arrears of rents due and owing me at the time of my decease together with all debts due me either by bonds, mort? Bills, notes or book amounts or any other may at the time of my decease to her & her heirs forever. I so also leave & bequest to my said ? any further and other property together with all residuum or surplus that I may die possessed of and that may not happen to have been mentioned or set forth in this my last will & testament. And I do hereby further direct and my will that the said Rachel shall or not pay after discharge any of those the herein before mentioned legacies or bequests in this my will before mentioned until the end or expires of one year next after my decease and lastly do hereby appoint said niece the sole executor or executrix to this my last will & testament hereby revoking all former or other wills.

 

9 July 1823

 

1st Cod.

I leave Langford Heyland Esq the choice of one of my guns and my fishing tackle & the rents of Aldough after dead of my nice Rachel.

 

2nd Cod.

Niece Rachel Gage 6 pound in trust to my servant Nancy Failar.

 

Mentioned:

 

Marcus McCausland (#6883)

Niece Rachel Jane McCausland (#4486)

Husband of Niece Marcus Gage (#4518)

Nephew Frederick McCausland (#4482)

Sister Hannah Richardson (#6972)

Connolly McCausland

Friend Langford Heyland

William Olgilby

53         Will Oliver McCausland (#4494) – 22 Aug 1843

Source PRONI D/669/34

 

Reverend Oliver Mccausland of Tinlagan in the County of Londonderry." Mentions daughter Elizabeth married to Robert Ogilby, son Redmond, and four unmarried daughters: Mary Anne, Letitia, Hannah, and Caroline. Also brother William James McCausland, an executor, the other being his brother-in-law William Lord Baron Plunket. Dated 22 Aug 1843; probate date not given.

54         Will Elizabeth McCausland (#4494) – 22 Aug 1843

Source PRONI D/669/38

 

Dated 20 Apr 1854, probate granted 15 May 1855 and completed 24 Nov 1857. Says "of Woodbank Cottage in the County of Londonderry." Mentions her cousin Richard Bolton McCausland in Dublin as executor. Leaves everything to her four unmarried sisters, and after them, her nephew Oliver Plunket McCausland, oldest son of brother the Rev. Redmond C. McCausland. Also gifts to Redmond's wife Martha and to her brother Redmond.

55         Will William James McCausland (#4495) – 9 Oct 1859

Source PRONI Lobby Will Extracts Under £20,000

 

Of Fitzwilliam sq. Dublin Esq. Died 9 Oct 1859 at Monkstown Co. Dublin, Susan McCausland widow. (Note: Personally in England & Ireland. Resworn 1 Jan 1861 under £30,000 Grant issued 2 May 1865 folio 58).

 

Mentioned:

 

Husband William James McCausland (#4495)

Wife Susan McCausland (Waters) (#4497

56         Griffiths Valuation – 1860 (Parishes of Clogherny & Termonmagurk)

 

Townland              Tenant                                          Immediate Lessor                            Area

 

Ballintrain              Henry McCausland              Earl Belmore                            9 acres (land only)

                            Margaret McCausland              “                                          19 acres

 

Bancran                            Alex McCausland              “                                          11 acres

                            Robert McCausland              “                                          7 acres

                            Thomas McCausland              “                                          15 acres

 

Beragh                            George McCausland              “                                          49 acres

 

Donaghanie              Alex McCausland              J. Sheil                                          24 acres

 

Drumduff              James McCausland              Earl Belmore                            28 acres

                            John McCausland                            “                                          20 acres

                            Walter McCausland              D. McFarland                            House only

                            Charles McCausland              J. McFarland                            House only

 

Drumlester              Henry McCausland              Earl Belmore                            27 acres

 

Gortfin                            Daniel McCausland              J. Stewart                            10 acres

 

Laragh                            James McCausland              Earl Belmore                            11 acres

 

Mullaghmore              Alex McCausland              George McClintock              28 acres

                            John McCausland                            “                                          32 acres

57         Will Susan McCausland (Waters) (#4497) – 12 Oct 1861

Source PRONI Lobby Will Extracts Under £1,000

 

Of Fitzwilliam sq. Dublin Widow Died 12 Oct 1861 at Trimleston House Booterstown Co. Dublin granted to Sarah Jane McCausland of 27 Fitzwilliam sq. Dublin Sinister Daughter one of next of kin of deceased.

 

Mentioned:

 

Wife Susan McCausland (Waters) (#4497)

Daughter Sarah Jane McCausland (#6922)


Index

 

? McCausland, 17

?neas Murry, 12

Abraham Birney, 13

Abraham McCausland, 13

Admoranothe Glebe, 23

Aeaufort, 23

Aldohill, 3

Alexander, 17

Alexander Colhoun, 3

Alexander Crigan, 14

Alexander Kerr, 21

Alexander McAslan, 2

Alexander McCaslan, 2

Alexander McCastlane, 2

Alexander McCausland, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, 22, 24, 25, 27, 28

Alexander McClintock, 8

Alexander Pirey, 9

Alexander Saunderson, 20

Alexander Stewart, 5

Alexander Tomkins, 5

Alice Eustace (McCausland), 25

Alice Mercer, 17

Allen Bellingham, 24

Allice McCausland, 12

Andrew Allen, 10, 11

Andrew Carr, 6, 7

Andrew Craford, 5

Andrew Hamilton, 6

Andrew McCausland, 3, 6, 7, 10, 14, 25

Andrew McClenaghan, 2

Andrew Span, 14

Ann Hamilton, 5

Ann Jane McCausland, 12, 25

Ann Jane Shaw (McCausland), 25

Ann Leslie, 6

Ann McCausland, 3

Ann Sampson, 8

Anne, 4, 5, 8

Anne Maxwell, 5

Anne Sampson, 4, 8, 12

Anne Stewart, 5

Archbald Hamilton, 5

Archibald Edmonstone, 5

Archibald McCausland, 6, 25

Ardstra, 9

Ardstragh, 3, 5, 6, 11

Ardstraw, 3, 4, 6, 7

Arthur Hamilton, 5

Arthur Mankin, 5

Arthur Maxwell, 5

Arthur Rainey, 5

Arthur Stewart, 5

Ballenagelly, 8

Ballengally, 8

Ballinamullan, 14

Ballintrain, 27

Ballycolman, 5

Ballykill, 3

Ballymacove, 14

Ballymargy, 12

Ballynagelly, 15

Bancran, 27

Belfast, 5

Bellarena, 22

Benjamin Bacon, 18, 19

Beragh, 24, 28

Bessbrook, 26

Betty Dalway, 5

Blessing, 2

Blessington, 14

Blythes, 16

Bodoney, 2

Booley, 2

Booterstown, 28

Brackey, 25

Broad Island, 5

Cady, 3

Caledon, 8

Callidon, 3, 4

Camus, 6

Cappagh, 2, 9, 14

Cappah, 6

Cappy, 2

Caroline McCausland, 27

Carricklee, 7

Castlban, 23

Castlefin, 12

Castleknock, 15

Castlequin, 5

Catherine Brown (Connor), 26

Catherine McFall, 19

Catherine Span, 14

Charles Crawford, 13

Charles King, 23

Charles McCausland, 28

Charles. Rea, 12

Claudious Crigan, 25

Clogherny, 27

Cloghfin, 8

Cloghfinn, 8

Cloghfinn, 16, 24

Cloughfinn, 15

Colerain, 24

Collum McCausland, 3

Con O’Donnell, 10

Connolly McCausland, 12, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 26

Conolly McCausland, 12, 22

Conwal, 25

Corranarry, 20, 22

Corranary, 3

Crackecor, 15, 16, 20, 24

Crackencor, 8, 20, 24

Cullycurragh, 8, 15

Cummery, 3, 20

D. McFarland, 28

Daisy, 11

Daisyhill, 18

Dalswinton, 5

Daniel Baxter, 9

Daniel McCausland, 28

David McClenaghen, 3

David Ross, 23

Davys Tuckey, 15

Deerpark, 8, 10, 15, 16

Desertcreagh, 3

Dominick McCausland, 17, 18, 19

Donaghanie, 11, 24, 28

Donaghmore, 12

Donovan, 25

Dreenan, 25

Drenagh, 17

Drumakilly, 8

Drumbeg, 5

Drumboe, 5

Drumcorke, 3

Drumduff, 28

Drumlester, 28

Drummaboth, 17

Drumnakilly, 3, 8, 15, 16, 20, 24, 25

Drumragh, 2, 10, 13

Drumraugh, 16

Drumreagh, 9

Drunan West, 23

Dublin, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28

Dugire, 3, 4

Dumfries, 5

Dunmore, 26

Dunmurry, 5

Duntreath, 5

Dunwilly, 23

Earl Belmore, 27, 28

Edenmore, 17, 19

Edinmore, 17

Edmond Gilson, 10, 11

Edward Bruce, 5

Edward Morris, 13

Edward Reiley, 19

Elinor Dalway, 5

Elinor Samson, 15

Elinor Stewart, 5

Elizabeth Gage, 22, 23

Elizabeth Isabella Cuningham, 23

Elizabeth McCausland, 27

Elizabeth McCausland, 23, 27

Elizabeth Shaw, 5

Elizabeth Span, 14

Ellistown, 10

Eskerdon, 3

Fearnagh, 8, 15

Feccary, 8

Fechary, 8

Feckarry, 15

Ferneagh, 8

Fitzwilliam, 27, 28

Florinda Gage, 23

Fraghmore, 11

Frances McCausland, 12, 16

Francis Crawfod, 14

Frederick McCausland, 26

Fruithill, 12, 15, 19, 22

Galbraigh, 2

Gawney, 23

George Frederick Winstanly, 24

George Long, 5

George Madden, 24

George Maxwell, 5

George McCausland, 28

George McClintock, 28

George Rea, 10

Gerrard Colhoun, 3

Glebe Hall, 18

Glencordall, 6

Gortfin, 28

Gortinalethragh, 23

Gortnacreagh, 9

Gortnocrea, 9

Gortuacrea, 17

Hamilton Shaw, 10

Hamilton’s Grove, 9

Hannah Cuningham, 23

Hannah McCausland, 27

Hannah Richardson (McCausland), 26

Hannah Spence, 15

Harry Fitchburne, 2

Hay’s Park, 8

Hays Park, 8

Hector Graham, 15

Helena Dalway, 5

Henrietta Saunderson, 20

Henry Dalway, 5

Henry McCausland, 27, 28

Henry Retagh, 20

Henry Tichburne, 2

Hercules McCausland, 19

Hodgson Gage, 22

Hodgson Gage, 22, 23

Hodson Gage, 12

Hollymount, 14

Hollywood, 5

Hugh Henry, 5

Hugh Hill, 17, 18, 19, 20

Hugh Taylor, 6

Isaac McCartney, 5

J. McFarland, 28

J. Sheil, 28

J. Stewart, 28

James Andeson, 7

James Barlow, 17

James Bruce, 5

James Carr, 7

James Cobham, 5

James Dougherty, 16

James Dunn, 12

James Fuitor, 17

James Galbraith, 25

James Glascock, 15

James Hamilton, 2, 5, 9

James Killpatrick, 5

James Maxwell, 21

James McCausland, 10, 14, 28

James Smith, 11

James Stewart, 5, 9, 13

James Stirling, 18, 19

James Willson, 14

James Willy, 7

James Young, 7

Jane Birney, 9, 13

Jane Carr, 6

Jane Kenedy, 5

Jane Kennedy, 5

Jane Leslie, 6

Jane McAusland (Hall), 2

Jane McCausland, 10, 12

Jane Sampson, 8

Jane Sampson (McCausland), 7, 8

Jane Simpson, 6

Jennett McCausland, 3

Jim Campbell, 7

John Alexander, 7

John Baird’s tenement, 8

John Baird's Tenement, 8, 15

John Barlow, 15

John Baxter, 17

John Birney, 9, 13

John Brown, 5

John Campbell, 6

John Cooke Noyes, 23

John Dalway, 5

John Ferguson, 10

John Givan, 9

John Hamilton, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 14

John Hay's Tenement, 15

John Hill, 11

John Johnston, 14

John Kerr, 6

John Lodge, 17

John Love, 6, 7

John Malcom, 5

John Maxwell, 5

John McAslan, 2

John McCarter, 7

John McCausland, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 23, 25, 28

John McClintock, 15, 20

John Murtagh, 16

John Nixon, 11, 16

John Orr, 7

John Patterson, 14

John Rainey, 5

John Reiley, 19

John Sioce, 16

John Spence, 15

John Sterling, 22

John Stewart, 23

John Stirling, 22

John Wilson, 6, 7

JohnCarr, 7

Joseph Griffith, 16

Joseph Lytle, 23

Joseph Marriott, 5

Katherine Leslie, 6

Katherine Mankin, 5

Katherine McCausland, 3

Katherine Rainey, 5

Katherine Stewart, 5

Killbrook, 15

Killileagh, 5

Killride, 3, 4

Kilmacrenan, 25

Kilstroud, 7

Kinleter Kilross, 23

Kirkdonnald, 5

Knock Trush, 23

Knockfair, 23

Lambart's Tenement, 15

Lamberts tenement, 8

Lamberts Tenement, 8

Langford Heyland, 26, 27

Laragh, 28

Leherkenny, 23

Lehermakenny, 23

Leny Dalway, 5

Letitia McCausland, 27

Lettice Sampson, 4, 10, 16

Lisanelly, 21

Lislanumm, 3, 4

Lisnacreaght, 2

Lisnares, 23

Liverpool, 5

Loughbrickland, 5

Lower Cloghfinn, 20

Lower Cloughfinn, 24

Lydia Mary Cuningham, 23

Malcolm Henry, 7

Marblehill, 23

Marcus Gage, 26

Marcus McCausland, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 26

Margaret Hamilton, 5

Margaret McCausland, 11, 12, 24, 25, 27

Margaret McCausland (Connor), 26

Margaret Wilson, 7

Margart McCrea, 7

Margart Wilson, 7

Margery McClenaghen (McCausland), 3

Mariana Sampson, 4

Martha McCausland, 27

Mary Anne McCausland, 27

Mary Anne Sampson, 16

Mary Bacon, 17, 18, 19

Mary Gage, 23

Mary Grieve, 7

Mary Hamilton, 5

Mary McCausland, 7, 11

Mary Mercer, 17

Mary Shaw, 5

Maxwell Hamilton, 5

Meeting House, 21

Michael Bruce, 5

Michael Nixon, 16

Michael Sampson, 4, 8, 10, 16, 17

Monkstown, 27

Mountfield, 3, 5, 9

Mountjoy Forest, 2

Mullaghagarry, 23

Mullaghmore, 28

Mullanoreat, 23

Nathan Carr, 7

Nathaniel Cooper, 6

Nathaniel Nesbitt, 11

Newland, 25

Newry, 5

Newton Stewart, 10

Newtown Limavaddy, 6

Newtown Limavady, 7, 19, 26

Newtown Stewart, 3

Newtownstewart, 13

Nixon Stevenson, 15

Oliver Jn. McCausland, 7

Oliver McAslan, 2

Oliver McCasland, 2, 12

Oliver McCausland, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 23, 25, 27

Oliver Plunket McCausland, 27

Omagh, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 24, 25

Orbreagh, 6

Owen Moss, 21

Patrick Bruce, 5

Patrick Maxwell, 5

Patrick McCausland, 2, 3, 10, 17

Patrick Plunket, 23

Portnelligan, 3, 4

Prehenne, 5

Rachel Jane McCausland, 26

Rachel McCausland, 9, 10

Racolpagh, 8, 15

Ralph Sampson, 4

Raphoe, 5, 7

Rash, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11

Rathlin, 23

Rebecca McCausland, 7, 11, 16

Rebecca Sampson, 4

Redmd Kane, 12

Redmond C. McCausland, 27

Redmond Cahan, 8

Redmond Cuningham, 23

Redmond McCausland, 27

Richard Bolton McCausland, 27

Richard Den, 8

Richard Eaton, 24

Richard Hamilton, 6

Richard Maxwell, 5

Richmond, 24, 25

Right Honorable Marcus late Earl of Tyrone, 19

Robert  Gage, 23

Robert Caldwell, 7

Robert Campbell, 7, 18, 19, 20, 22

Robert Conyngham, 6

Robert Cunningham, 10

Robert Dalway, 5

Robert Griffith, 15

Robert Heyland, 24

Robert Hunter, 25

Robert Lowry, 11

Robert McCausland, 6, 7, 12, 13, 19, 20, 22, 28

Robert McClintock, 15

Robert Ogilby, 27

Robert Patterson, 6

Robert Rainey, 5

Robert Sampson, 15

Robert Spence, 12

Roger Dougherty, 16

Roger Uctherall, 24

Rose McCausland, 9, 10

Rose Saunderson, 20

Rotterdam, 5

Rowley Heyland, 24

Samuel Galbraith, 25

Samuel Moore, 12

Sarah Church, 23

Sarah Jane McCausland, 28

Session House, 21

Sheissaghoneal, 23

Simeon Rouse, 12

Six Mile Cross, 14

Slraughroy, 3

Strabane, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 25

Stranorlane, 4

Stranorlar, 5, 6, 23

Stratford Eyre, 16

Strieve Hill, 26

Susan McCausland (Waters), 27, 28

Susanna Sampson, 10

Tamlaght, 9

Tarboe, 22

Taughboyne, 25

Termonmagurk, 2, 3, 27

Termonnaquirk, 25

Thomas Caldwell, 10, 17

Thomas Crawford, 14

Thomas Henry, 24

Thomas Mathewson, 6

Thomas Matthewson, 7

Thomas McCausland, 6, 28

Thomas Sampson, 4

Thomas Smith, 7

Thomas Street, 5

Tierney, 26

Tinlagan, 27

Toaveagmey, 23

Treanamullan, 23

Turccallen, 23

Urbelreagh, 6

Victor Ferguson, 12

W. Hamilton, 7

Walter McCausland, 28

Walworth, 19

Waterside, 26

William Alexander Cuningham, 23

William Ball, 24

William Baxter, 9

William Birney, 13

William Carr, 7

William Colhoun, 3, 10, 13

William Geer, 10

William Hamilton, 8, 14

William Hancock, 24

William Hayes, 20

William James McCausland, 27

William Ld Viscount Mountjoy, 6

William McCausland, 5, 6, 7, 9, 13, 15, 17, 21, 24, 26

William McClintock, 15

William Moore, 7

William Mountjoy, 6

William Mullan, 23

William Olgilby, 26

William Plunket, 27

William Rainey, 5

William Scott, 11

William Smith, 22

William Span, 14, 23

William Taylor, 7

William Tichburne, 2

Woodbank Cottage, 27

 




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